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Discussion in 'Turf Renovation' started by chesterlawn, Apr 8, 2006.
Are tow behind aerators any good ? If what brand. Thanks
We have a 36" Bluebird that does a pretty good job.
the Turfco 42" is godly and a beast, Thats all we use. We have 5 Ryans but they are way too slow even the 26". and a front aerator that fell apart the 1st day we got it, we put 160 lbs on top of the turfco and it cores thru solid clay, which is all we have ariound here, we do use they ryans to outline hte property tho or do very small areas. The turfco has huge pneumatic tire the completely remove in secons so yo ucan fit thru small gates. we aerate as fast as yo ucan cut with a 44" laser
I recently purchased a Ryan Renovaire and it does a great job. It's for larger properties. I'm gonna put it anywhere I can with in reason. It does a great job.
Chesterlawn where are you in Chester Springs?
I have a turfco 20 W/B I'm trying to sell. It has been used once, It's just like new!!!!!
Woods/gill pl 6o. 1450 lbs with the weight tray full. 96 closed spoons, independent spoon gangs. its a war wagon!
Thats a hair big to get around most residentail lawns tho lol , but be gosly for acreage